Two San Jose churches have filed a federal lawsuit claiming a coronavirus-related ban of indoor worship violates their First Amendment rights.
It’s time for a reset. The time we have spent apart due to the COVID-19 quarantine will have an eternal impact on churches as we move forward into the future. It has changed the church from within, because individual people have changed. She will not reemerge the same. It seems like such a long time […]
… 55 percent of people said their stress levels have increased since the pandemic began.
…Governor Kemp is just asking Georgians of faith to continue to do the right thing.
The music and preaching evangelists will share through testimony, preaching, and singing.
“I’d rather have a safeguard than no safeguard.”
In many ways, the changes are already taking place.
…Jesus mentions plagues or pestilence explicitly in Luke 21.”
“…we know this is the right decision to ensure the health and safety of all participants.”
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has issued an FAQ document for faith-based organizations reiterating that they are eligible to receive SBA loans through the Payroll Protection Program (PPP).
“The lack of presence pains many pastors and their congregations, but they are utilizing technology like never before to stay connected until they can meet again.”
“Nothing in [SBA nondiscrimination regulations] shall apply to a religious corporation …”